It is never too soon to plan your summer trip!
We are so excited for the up coming floating season - and we know you are too! It is never too early to start planning your summer float trip so check out all we have to offer and get your reservation in.
You all have fallen in love with our sit-on-top single kayaks with their comfort and stability unmatched, well, here comes the tandem version of that kayak! We are so very excited that Jackson Kayak developed it for us because we know you are going to love them! We will also have new shirts and hats to get as a memento of one of the greatest days of your summer so make sure you check out the store!
Can't wait to see you up here!
Just 35 miles north of Grand Rapids and you can have a true get-away! Leave it all behind you and enjoy a day on the Muskegon River with your friends at Wisner Rents Canoes.
We have simplified our pricing structure, added specials and discounts and streamlined the transportation process - all to provide you with a great day on the river! Please come and enjoy our beautiful location that is so close but yet so far!
Since 1969 (46 YEARS!!!) Wisner's has offered canoe, raft, tube and kayak trips on the beautiful Big Muskegon River.
Ideally located just off the M-37 highway bridge in Newaygo, Michigan, Areawide Canoe, Raft, Tube and Kayak Rental by Wisner is an easy drive from Grand Rapids, Big Rapids, Muskegon, Holland, Lansing, Detroit, Chicago and the beautiful cities of Indiana and Ohio. River trip times range between 2 - 4 1/2 hours but, because our trips start up river and end at our "Building" where your car is parked, you have the option of taking a little extra time to enjoy your day without fear of "missing the bus" that takes you back to your car. You can use that extra time to take things easy, swim or picnic along the banks of the river.
Our section of the Big Muskegon River is well suited for people of all skill levels. And, its beauty can't be matched. Carving gently through high banks and low tree covered areas, it's clear water winds through forests of Pine, Oak, Maple, Beech and Aspen. While on or along the river, you will often see one of our majestic Bald Eagles, several of whom nest nearby.